Caroline Robinson co-founded FLEX with Claire Falconer in 2013 and has been working in the anti-trafficking field for over a decade. Prior to establishing FLEX she led international policy advocacy for the Global Alliance against Traffic in Women and worked for the United Nations. She has worked as a political advisor in both the UK and Afghan parliaments. She has a MA in Development Studies with distinction from the Institute for Development Studies. Caroline is founder and Editorial Board Member of the Anti-Trafficking Review journal.
Lynda provides financial support to FLEX as an independent consultant. Lynda is a qualified Chartered Accountant and trained with BDO. After leaving BDO in 2004, Lynda has worked in the not for profit sector initially as a Finance Manager for a Fairtrade charity, Twin and since 2011 as an independent consultant to a number of charities. Lynda has a wealth of experience in preparing SORP accounts and project reporting for major donors (EU, Comic Relief, DFID). Lynda has acted as a project consultant to the International Division of the British Red Cross and currently works with a portfolio of smaller charities.
Leticia Ishibashi coordinates FLEX's Labour Exploitation Advisory Group (LEAG) and leads on monitoring and evaluation. She has experience providing assistance to trafficked persons seeking asylum in the UK, conducting research, and developing projects to prevent trafficking for labour exploitation. Prior to joining FLEX, Leticia worked supporting the engagement of grassroots and community organisations in human rights mechanisms in Thailand. Leticia holds a MSc in Social Policy and Development from the London School of Economics.
Meri Åhlberg carries out research for FLEX. Prior to joining FLEX, she worked for the ILO in Southeast Asia on labour migration issues, conducting research, policy advocacy, and capacity building, with a focus on gender equality and women’s empowerment. Meri has an MSc in International Development and Management from Lund University.
Emily joined FLEX from her role as the Labour Market and Private Sector Advisor to the UK's Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner. Prior to this, she worked on a range of campaigns and projects at the Fair Tax Mark, the Living Wage Foundation and ShareAction. She was a trustee of the Voice of Domestic Workers for three years and is currently the chair of the board of the Public Interest Research Centre (PIRC). She has an MSc in Social and Political Theory with distinction from Birkbeck University.